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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Very fine- very fine indeed!" he said at last. "And you say youhave a set of six to correspond. What puzzles me is that I shouldnot have heard of such magnificent specimens. I only know of one inEngland to match this, and it is certainly not likely to be in themarket. Would it be indiscreet if I were to ask you, Dr. HillBarton, how you obtained this?"
2.  "Well, there's no reason it should be kept a secret. I'll give youthe facts as short as I can make them. If you came from Kansas I wouldnot need to explain to you who Alexander Hamilton Garrideb was. Hemade his money in real estate, and afterwards in the wheat pit atChicago, but he spent it in buying up as much land as would make oneof your counties, lying along the Arkansas River, west of FortDodge. It's grazing-land and lumber-land and arable-land andmineralized land, and just every sort of land that brings dollars tothe man that owns it.
3.  "This is very painful- very painful and terrible," said Mr. ScottEccles in a querulous voice, "but it is really uncommonly hard uponme. I had nothing to do with my host going off upon a nocturnalexcursion and meeting so sad an end. How do I come to be mixed up withthe case?"
4.  "But the money, Mr. Holmes, the money!"
5.  A cold and melancholy walk of a couple of miles brought us to a highwooden gate, which opened into a gloomy avenue of chestnuts. Thecurved and shadowed drive led us to a low, dark house, pitch-blackagainst a slate-coloured sky. From the front window upon the left ofthe door there peeped a glimmer of a feeble light.
6.  "You will kindly sign that paper, Mr. Sandeford, in the presenceof these witnesses. It is simply to say that you transfer everypossible right that you ever had in the bust to me. I am amethodical man, you see, and you never know what turn events mighttake afterwards. Thank you, Mr. Sandeford; here is your money, and Iwish you a very good evening."


1.  Here is the candle in the window, Mr. Holmes," said Gregson. "Why,whatever are you doing?"
2.  "The night was fine, but still it was a very weary vigil. Ofcourse it has the sort of excitement about it that the sportsman feelswhen he lies beside the water course and waits for the big game. Itwas very long, though-almost as long, Watson, as when you and I waitedin that deadly room when we looked into the little problem of theSpeckled Band. There was a church-clock down at Woking which struckthe quarters, and I thought more than once that it had stopped. Atlast, however, about two in the morning, I suddenly heard the gentlesound of a bolt being pushed back and the creaking of a key. Amoment later the servants' door was opened, and Mr. Joseph Harrisonstepped out into the moonlight."
3.  "You shall hear it all in the train. My client is outside in afour-wheeler. Can you come at once?"
4.  "'There you have the whole truth of it. You can hang me, or dowhat you like with me, but you cannot punish me as I have beenpunished already. I cannot shut my eyes but I see those two facesstaring at me- staring at me as they stared when my boat broke throughthe haze. I killed them quick, but they are killing me slow; and ifI have another night of it I shall be either, mad or dead beforemorning. You won't put me alone into a cell, sir? For pity's sakedon't, and may you be treated in your day of agony as you treat menow."
5.  It was a few weeks before my own marriage, during the days when Iwas still sharing rooms with Holmes in Baker Street, that he came homefrom an afternoon stroll to find a letter on the table waiting forhim. I had remained indoors all day, for the weather had taken asudden turn to rain, with high autumnal winds, and the Jezail bulletwhich I had brought back in one of my limbs as a relic of my Afghancampaign throbbed with dull persistence. With my body in oneeasy-chair and my legs upon another, I had surrounded myself with acloud of newspapers until at last, saturated with the news of the day,I tossed them all aside and lay listless, watching the huge crestand monogram upon the envelope upon the table and wondering lazily whomy friend's noble correspondent could be.
6.  "Next morning, when the police made their search."


1.  "Certainly, Mr. Holmes."
2.  "Now, Mr. Holder," said Holmes, "here is the corner whichcorresponds to that which has been so unfortunately lost. Might Ibeg that you will break it off."
3.  "Had he ever showed any signs of having taken opium?"
4.  "And what do you think of it all, Watson?" asked Sherlock Holmes,leaning back in his chair.
5.   "So it would seem."
6.  "You didn't know this dead man, McCarthy. He was a devilincarnate. I tell you that. God keep you out of the clutches of such aman as he. His grip has been upon me these twenty years, and he hasblasted my life. I'll tell you first how I came to be in his power."It was in the early '60's at the diggings. I was a young chap then,hot-blooded and reckless, ready to turn my hand at anything; I gotamong bad companions, took to drink, had no luck with my claim, tookto the bush, and in a word became what you would call over here ahighway robber. There were six of us, and we had a wild, free lifeof it, sticking up a station from time to time, or stopping the wagonson the road to the diggings. Black Jack of Ballarat was the name Iwent under, and our party is still remembered in the colony as theBallarat Gang.


1.  "That is well. The letter which I hold in my hand is from Lord St.Simon. I will read it to you, and in return you must turn over thesepapers and let me have whatever bears upon the matter. This is what hesays:
2.  "Wait a little, Mr. Holder. We must come back to that. About thisgirl, Miss Holder. You saw her return by the kitchen door, I presume?""Yes; when I went to see if the door was fastened for the night Imet her slipping in. I saw the man, too, in the gloom.""Do you know him?"
3.  "`Here is my will,' said he. `I want you, Mr. McFarlane, to castit into proper legal shape. I will sit here while you do so.'"I set myself to copy it, and you can imagine my astonishment when Ifound that, with some reservations, he had left all his property tome. He was a strange little ferret-like man, with white eyelashes, andwhen I looked up at him I found his keen gray eyes fixed upon mewith an amused expression. I could hardly believe my own as I read theterms of the will; but he explained that he was a bachelor with hardlyany living relation, that he had known my parents in his youth, andthat he had always heard of me as a very deserving young man, andwas assured that his money would be in worthy hands. Of course, Icould only stammer out my thanks. The will was duly finished,signed, and witnessed by my clerk. This is it on the blue paper, andthese slips, as I have explained, are the rough draft. Mr. JonasOldacre then informed me that there were a number of documents-building leases, title-deeds, mortgages, scrip, and so forth- which itwas necessary that I should see and understand. He said that hismind would not be easy until the whole thing was settled, and hebegged me to come out to his house at Norwood that night, bringing thewill with me, and to arrange matters. `Remember, my boy, not oneword to your parents about the affair until everything is settled.We will keep it as a little surprise for them.' He was veryinsistent upon this point, and made me promise it faithfully."You can imagine, Mr. Holmes, that I was not in a humour to refusehim anything that he might ask. He was my benefactor, and all mydesire was to carry out his wishes in every particular. I sent atelegram home, therefore, to say that I had important business onhand, and that it was impossible for me to say how late I might be.Mr. Oldacre had told me that he would like me to have supper withhim at nine, as he might not be home before that hour. I had somedifficulty in finding his house, however, and it was nearlyhalf-past before I reached it. I found him-"
4、  "`Thank you, Maggie,' says I; `but if it is all the same toyou, I'd rather have that one I was handling just now.'"`The other is a good three pound heavier,' said she, `and wefattened it expressly for you.'
5、  "Nothing that would help a thief. Family papers, letters from mypoor wife, diplomas of universities which have done me honour. Here isthe key. You can look for yourself."




  • 布韦 08-04

      "The clerk Gorot has been shadowed all these nine weeks, but withoutresult. We can show nothing against him."

  • 宋雪云 08-04

      "If it had it would certainly have been public by now.""But why should anyone take it in order to keep it in his house?""I am not convinced that anyone did take it."

  • 张纪 08-04

       "I knew that you did it."

  • 崔烜 08-04

      "All is in order and this is your man," said Holmes.

  • 何长林 08-03

    {  Such are the true facts of the death of Dr. Grimesby Roylott, ofStoke Moran. It is not necessary that I should prolong a narrativewhich has already run to too great a length by telling how we brokethe sad news to the terrified girl, how we conveyed her by the morningtrain to the care of her good aunt at Harrow, of how the slowprocess of official inquiry came to the conclusion that the doctor methis fate while indiscreetly playing with a dangerous pet. The littlewhich I had yet to learn of the case was told me by Sherlock Holmes aswe travelled back next day.

  • 莫法特 08-02

      "And where is it?" I asked, smiling.}

  • 艾菲 08-02

      "I have a great fancy to see this lodger of yours, Mrs. Warren.""I don't see how that is to be managed, unless you break in thedoor. I always hear him unlock it as I go down the stair after I leavethe tray."

  • 郭金忠 08-02

      "What is the flaw, Holmes?"

  • 阎迁涛 08-01

       The European Secretary burst excitedly into the room.

  • 郭圻 07-30

    {  "And the white cock?"

  • 董小龙 07-30

      "Good God! This is awful! You don't mean- you don't mean that I amsuspected?"